Comida en Espana

Lauren Anderson
June 20, 2017

I have been in Barcelona for about a week and a half now and I feel like I have eaten so many different things already! My favorite thing so far about Spain is "Menu del Dia". For 10-12 euros in many restaurants you can get three courses plus a drink. In the United States just having one course is around 10 dollars. The menu del dia allows you to try many different types of food on a budget while studying abroad or vacationing in Barcelona. In addition, it is easy to save even more money by going to bakeries or other places that sell sandwiches or tapas. A sandwich seems to generally cost between 3 and 6 euros while also being very tasty! Tapas are also generally inexpensive at 3-6 euros each, and two tapas is enough to fill you up. My favorite tapas dish I have tried so far is patatas bravas. Some places make it slightly spicy while others just use a regular type of aioli. 

In Barcelona and other places in Spain you are bound to find many dishes you enjoy as there is a very wide range of food. Everything I have eaten so far has been absolutely delicious and I am greatly enjoying my time here. Look at the photos included in this blog post to see the types of food I have been eating in Spain! 

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<p>Hi everyone! My name is Lauren Anderson and I am from the Sacramento, California area, but I am studying Engineering Management at University of the Pacific in Stockton, California. I am so excited to study abroad in Barcelona, Spain and learn all about the people, language, food, and other aspects of Spanish culture. One of my favorite things to do is learn about other cultures, so that is what my blog will reflect. Look forward to seeing and learning about Spanish culture!</p>

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